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EVGA GeForce e-GeForce 6200


$44.00 Released August, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:One of the few video boards left on the market that will work with basic PCI slots. Installation is very simple, not much to it other than plugging it in. Renders video smoothly enough for comfortable full-screen HD viewing.

The Cons:Doesn't come with any paper instructions, which makes you nervous as you're installing it and can't call up the contents of the CD as you go. Not enough power for high-end video games. Doesn't come with a driver that supports Windows 7.

The e-GeForce 6200 is a basic graphics card to handle productivity work and day to day functioning of a regular PC. The design doesn't have games in mind due to limited memory and 3D processor support, but updated drivers have been released to support Vista and higher resolutions.

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The main processing is done with the NVIDIA 6200 GPU, running with 4 cores at 300 MHz GPU. It has 256MB of 64-bit DDR2 memory with 4.26GB/s of bandwidth, and a basic PCI 2.1 connection. This combination means a performance level that should suit most applications that don't require heavy graphics processing. There are outputs for standard DVI-I, S-Video, and VGA.

Features

  • 300MHz NVIDIA 6200 4 core processor
  • PCI 2.1
  • 256MB 64-bit DDR2 with 4.26GB/s bandwidth
  • S-Video TV encoder
  • DVI-I, VGA outputs
  • 8, 15, 16, 24 and 32-bit modes
  • MPEG hardware support

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    one of the few video boards left on the market that will work with basic PCI slots

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    installation is very simple, not much to it other than plugging it in

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    renders video smoothly enough for comfortable full-screen HD viewing

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    good compatibility with a range of older hardware and software

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    enough power to make general Windows operation, web surfing and Photoshop work quick and smooth

Cons
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    doesn't come with any paper instructions, which makes you nervous as you're installing it and can't call up the contents of the CD as you go

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    not enough power for high-end video games

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    doesn't come with a driver that supports Windows 7

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